Got the larger round tag for mid-sized dog (Aussie) and smaller round tag for cat. Didn't realize it when I ordered, but the County just switched to using round stainless tags themselves; they use only the larger size though, regardless of pet size. The size and legibility of the font on these is a bazillion times better than anything I have gotten in the past, and I have no concerns about the marring that has been a problem on any surface lacking a plastic coating over the etched metal. For the cat, I will need to figure out something to prevent the metal-on-metal clinking of the two tags, which is more pronounced when both tags are stainless. I do not consider this a mark against the product though. A bit of clear packing tape will probably suffice for that purpose.
It is just what i hoped it would be and was so easy to order. Plus it arrived in only a few days
I am very pleased with my purchase. I received exactly what I ordered and in a timely fashion.
The tags are just fine, as always. When I acquired a new dog recently (actually a very old shelter dog), I ordered two tags, as usual, and placed the extra in a container where I keep odds and ends. I noticed in the container tags for two dogs I no longer own, and it occurred to me that it might be nice to have a place in the house where I could hang a row of tags for all of the dogs I’ve owned. So I ordered two more tags to fill out that set.
An email informed me the tags had been sent, but they disappeared into the same place missing socks go. Contacted the company, and another set was sent out almost immediately, at no additional charge. The metal is a little thin and may not stand up long to vigorous outdoor activity, but my indoor cats are fine. The engraving can be felt, the printing is crisp, and being able to have contact information on the back of the tag is handy. I've bought 4 of these tags within the last couple of weeks, and have been satisfied with all of them. That being said, the picture in the advertising is misleading: the tag is much thinner than the illustration appears--just a plain steel disk about half the height of a dime, and while the edges have been softened, they are not as smooth as the picture implies. I would like the metal to be thicker, but perhaps comparing these to a thicker tag 18 years old that has never had to be replaced, is unrealistic.
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